Anna Galland, the executive director of MoveOn.org, appears on C-SPAN to discuss the progressive agenda and MoveOn members’ plans in 2014.
MoveOn members are doubling down on our campaign for an increase in Social Security benefits with a new TV ad that comes in response to Wall Street front group The Third Way’s recent attack on Social Security expansion. In the new ad, MoveOn.org Political Action urges members of Congress to listen to their constituents, stop […]
There is an automatic cut scheduled for November 1st which will skim roughly $5 billion from the federal food-stamp program over the next year. What does that mean for the 47 million Americans receiving benefits? According to The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities “the cut is equivalent to about 16 meals a month for a family of three…”
A new set of post-shutdown polls, commissioned by MoveOn.org Political Action, show Democrats not only have an opportunity to take back the House of Representatives next year, but could win a sizable majority if voter anger over the shutdown carries into 2014.
A week after releasing survey results from 24 GOP-held House districts, Public Policy Polling has conducted surveys in an additional 12 such districts for MoveOn.org Political Action. Together, these survey results indicate that Republicans are in danger of losing control of the House of Representatives in 2014. A memo from Jim Williams of Public Policy […]
Twenty-four new surveys in GOP-held House districts, commissioned by MoveOn.org and conducted in the wake of the government shutdown, make clear that Republicans could easily lose control of the House if the next election were held today. The surveys challenge conventional wisdom that gerrymandering has put the House out of reach for Democrats and indicate […]
Once again, Senator Warren reminds us we are not a nation of quitters and has a stern message for the Tea Party.
“We are calling on Congress to take immediate action to halt this surveillance and provide a full public accounting of the NSA’s and the FBI’s data collection programs.” Want to learn more? Click HERE.
People might feel differently about some of these points, but the bottom line remains something we can unite around.
Wow. A Republican actually said this.